HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/28/2022) – Mark “DJ Bizzy” Smith has rocked stages, red carpets, and events the world over. Though he can regularly be found entertaining the crowd at some of the hottest clubs in D.C., Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and beyond, Bizzy doesn’t let success go to his head. In fact, DJ Bizzy is an unsung hometown hero, and is still locally spinning records at Turner’s Skate Palace.
Hagerstown, MD News (9/16/2022) – The Imagine Hagerstown Fourth Friday Music Series presents its 2022 concert finale September 23 from 5-8pm in University Plaza at 50 W. Washington Street.
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/12/2022) – Fell From Zero, a local Hard Rock cover band, has been added to RFHC’s music video channel, RFHC-Music. The band features covers from Breaking Benjamin, Korn, Chevelle, Avenged Sevenfold, Slipknot, and Bullet For My Valentine, among others.
(8/4/2022) – Be it the celebration of a wedding anniversary of a couple, a success story of a company or the birthday bash of a youngster or an adult, live bands in these parties or function brings in the glam quotient. It adds on an extra glam factor, class as well elegance to a celebration and makes the party come alive with the guests grooving to the tunes played in the party. But, the real dilemma that the organizers of these parties, is the type of band to select.
People are social creatures. While many of us are making the best of social isolation, we’re much better together than apart. This is especially true with music that we create collectively – everything from jam bands and choruses to orchestras. Music connects us to each other and to our spiritual lives and can magnify our collective creativity.
On July 21, 2022, the Radio Free Hub City iPhone App will be discontinued due to increasing cost of maintaining apps on the Apple App Store.
In Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” there’s a scene based on actual conversations that took place between Elvis Presley and Steve Binder, the director of a 1968 NBC television special that signaled the singer’s return to live performing.
Victor Coelho, Boston University In an era when rock drummers were larger-than-life showmen with big kits and egos to match, Charlie Watts remained the quiet man behind a modest drum set. But Watts wasn’t your typical rock drummer. Part of the Rolling Stones setup from 1963 until his death on Aug. 24, 2021, Watts providedContinue reading “How Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts infused one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands with a little jazz”